Centre for Digital Life Norway

Centre for Digital Life Norway (DLN) is a national center for biotechnology training, research and innovation.

DNL is a response to the strategic initiative “Digital Life – convergence for innovation” funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NRC). DLN is a virtual center, currently involving twelve major research projects, and managed by a joint leadership network from NTNU, UiB and UiO. The project portfolio will be increased as projects are welcome to join the centre.

Further information visit Centre for Digital Life Norway


Centre for Digital Life Norway @ UiO:

Governance- and network project:

The Faculty of Medicine and The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences are responsible for:

  • Innovation & Industry Involvement

Director NCMM Kjetil Tasken (NCMM, MED)

Coordinator: Dr Tove Julie Evjen (MED)

  • Inreach & outreach communication

Professor Kjetill S. Jakobsen (IBV, MN)

Coordinator: Dr Gunnar Dick (MN)

Research Projects: 

The project will investigate mechanisms of disease states in the nervous system and is one of six Projects funded by the NRC. 
Project leader: ass. professor Marianne Fyhn, Department of Biosciences (IBV, MN)

The project will explore the use of bacteria for more sustainable concrete production and is one of six projects starting in 2017. Project leader: Researcher Anja RøyneDepartment of Physics (MN)

Innovation cluster financed by the faculty's innovation initative.

 

Centre for Digital Life Norway Research School:

UiO is part of the consortium for the Centre for Digital Life Research School where Lex Nedebragt (IBV, MN) is UiO's representative on the board.

 

DLN Board:

The DLN Board is chaired by Dean of Research Finn-Eirik Johansen (MN).

Published Apr. 12, 2016 11:30 PM - Last modified Nov. 27, 2017 1:36 PM